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Bosnia / Civil War / Gorazde / United States Policy #356190

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 20, 1994
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(Studio: Connie Chung, Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(White House: Rita Braver) President Clinton's decision to expand the safe haven concept in Bosnia to allow for the possible use of NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) air strikes there featured. [CLINTON - says the aim is to push the Serbs to negotiations; gives Russian President Boris Yeltsin's position on air power.] [Senators Robert DOLE, John McCAIN - react to Clinton's initiative.]

(Studio: Connie Chung) Report introduced.

(Pentagon: David Martin) How expanded NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) air strikes would be carried out examined; map shown of safe haven areas. [Two weeks ago, Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman John SHALIKASHVILI - opposes bombings.] [School of Advanced International Studies Eliot COHEN - cites the strategic problems.] Military officers said growing more critical of Clinton's Bosnian policy.

(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Sarajevo: Mark Phillips) The Serb assault on Gorazde, Bosnia, featured; scenes shown of a United Nations convoy not allowed into the city. [UN spokesman Major Rob ANNINK, French United Nations forces Lieutenant Colonel Richard PERNOD, Red Cross Vanya KEWLEY, Bosnian prime minister Haris SILAJDZIC - address conditions in and around Gorazde.]

Braver, Rita;
Chung, Connie;
Martin, David;
Phillips, Mark;
Rather, Dan

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